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Professor Datzov’s article on patent eligibility cited and discussed before U.S. Senate Committee Hearing

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The U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Intellectual Property recently held a hearing on the proposed Patent Eligibility Restoration Act (PERA), which seeks to restore “clarity, certainty, and predictability to the U.S. Patent System.”  PERA is the fourth recent legislative attempt to expand the scope of patent eligibility, which was curtailed by several U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions […]

UND students shine at national intellectual property moot court competition

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The UND School of Law Intellectual Property Moot Court team impressed at the National Round of the Giles S. Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. After an exceptional showing at the Regional Competition in Houston, Texas the team consisting of 2L students Sarah Belliston, Casey Drege, and Danielle Middleton made another strong showing […]

Professor Nikola Datzov participates in Junior IP Scholars Workshop hosted by Berkeley Law

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The annual Junior Intellectual Property Scholars Association (JIPSA) Workshop brings together leading junior IP faculty from around the world who hold a full-time academic position for 7 years or less and whose scholarship deals with IP law. The event provides a unique and important opportunity for participating faculty members to engage in robust, meaningful discussions […]

Professor Nikola Datzov recently presented at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual conference in Miramar Beach, Florida

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Professor Datzov participated on a panel and presented his research, “IP Enforcement in Web3: An Unforeseen Roadblock.” Session Summary – Intellectual Property and Web3 August 1, 2022 Submitted by Keith Robinson The IP and Web3 panel took place on Sunday at 1 PM in Juniper 4.  This well-attended program brought together intellectual property scholars to […]